Li’l Woody’s set to host “Get Your Freak Shake On” event

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In collaboration with Allrecipes.com, Li’l Woody’s (2040 NW Market St) will be hosting a “Get Your Freak Shake On” event this Saturday, August 27, from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.

The event will feature a build-your-own Mega Milkshake bar that will include numerous toppings – Oreos, Kit Kats, brownies, marshmallows, and more –  to go along with your choice of a Full Tilt Ice Cream flavor (Birthday Cake, Ube, Thai Iced Tea, Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Salted Caramel, Sub Pop Coffee, Mint Chip, Huckleberry Chip, Vegan Vanilla) that Li’l Woody’s serves as your milkshake base.

“Known around the world by different names such as, FreakShakes, Mega Milkshakes, and Insane Shakes, these special concoctions are milkshakes of outstanding proportions – with piles upon piles of sweet goodies on top,” say event organizers.

Li’l Woody’s is encouraging locals to get creative with their flavor combinations and is charging only $10 for a milkshake with the selection of all-you-can-eat toppings.

Li’l Woody’s to host elementary art contest

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As part of the monthly Ballard Art Walk this Saturday, May 9, the Li’l Woody’s team has invited three local elementary schools to display their artwork and go head to head in a month-long art contest.

Artwork by students from Adams Elementary, Loyal Heights Elementary and West Woodland Elementary will go on display this Saturday and remain hanging until the end of the month with the decision in the hands of locals as to which school is the best.

Locals are able to vote multiple times over the course of the competition, but only once per day, and votes must be made on site at Li’l Woody’s (2040 NW Market St).

The school with the most votes at the end of the month will have the opportunity to create a special “Burger of the Week” for the week of June 9, with all proceeds from the burger going towards the winning school’s art program.

“It’s cool to be able to acknowledge these kids and their hard work,” says Marcus Lalario, owner of Li’l Woody’s.

Each school will display up to 12 pieces of art throughout the month of May starting at this Saturday’s Art Walk.

Click here to learn more about the competition.

Photo courtesy of Li’l Woody’s.

Li’l Woody’s launches “My Home, Seattle” contest

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Do you know a Seattle native who lives elsewhere in the US and wants to return for the holidays?

Local burger joint Li’l Woody’s (2040 NW Market St) has launched a holiday season contest that will leave the winner with a roundtrip airfare ticket to Seattle.

The “My Home, Seattle” contest encourages Seattle natives all over the country to share their home stories via social media for the chance to win.

To enter the competition entrants simply need to share their story about their love of Seattle via social media and include the hashtag #MyHomeSEA along with a @lilwoodys tag. One story will then be selected to win the ticket home, along with other prizes.

“Seattle is an amazing city, and those of us who live here know how hard it is to be away from it during the holidays. We’re stoked about bringing someone home, and can’t wait to hear everyone’s stories,” says Marcus Lalario, owner of Li’l Woody’s.

The contest is on now and runs through November 26. Click here to check out the complete contest rules.

Li’l Woody’s raises funds to help find homes for dogs

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In honor of October’s Dog Adoption Month, Li’l Woody’s (2040 NW Market St) has created the “Cutie and the Beast Burger” to raise both money and awareness for local dogs that are in need of homes.

The special burger is available from today through Monday, October 27, with a portion of proceeds going directly to Seattle based dog adoption agency Motley Zoo.

“In the spirit of all good dog lovers, we’re excited to be offering up a delicious burger that man or beast will love, all while trying to get some of these little dudes new homes,” says Marcus Lalario, owner of Li’l Woody’s.

The “Cutie and the Beast Burger” is available for both dogs and their humans and is a delicacy filled with peanut butter, apples, Swiss cheese, bacon, and a 1/4 lb burger patty.

The special week long celebration will also feature giveaways including itmes from Crazy Rebels dog collars, All the Best Pet Care, Petbox and Green Juju (organic dog food).

Motley Zoo Animal Rescue, located in Redmond, is a non-profit foster-based animal rescue which assists local, national, and international dogs in need. The unique organization has no shelter facility and instead places rescue dogs with foster families where they experience special one-on-one attention while staff work to find the dogs their perfect forever home.

Stop by Li’l Woody’s this week, enjoy a “Cutie and the Beast” and support Motley Zoo.